Produced by SWWS for the State Government’s Randau Project, this training kit targets rural teenagers. Randau is an Iban word for community dialogue. Pre-COVID, SWWS alongside other government agencies have visited remote rural longhouses and kampungs to discuss social issues.

During COVID19 MCO, the kit was produced to enable district officers to facilitate discussions on healthy relationships. It contains a video presentation (in Bahasa Melayu and Bahasa Iban) which includes a specially written story; a student workbook; stickers and guidelines for the facilitators who are to encourage young people to discuss issues openly; value themselves; help each other; think through their choices and have more knowledge to make their decisions. For more information, please contact SWWS.

Training Kit On Healthy Relationships

Press Releases

Finger Rape


Shock over rape acquittal

The Sarawak Women for Women Society (SWWS) wants better protection of children from sexual abuse following the acquittal of a man convicted earlier of raping a minor.

The Star 2015



Citizenship: Do for stateless kids what you did for Krasniqi, says SWWS

Stateless children in Malaysia deserve the same political will that saw the fast-tracking of citizenship granted to Kosovan footballer Liridon Krasniqi, says Sarawak Women for Women Society (SWWS).

Borneo Post 2020



Sarawak Women for Women Society (SWWS) applauds the move by the government to look into making stalking a crime.

According to SWWS currently, there are no laws on anti-stalking in Malaysia. “In the absence of any relevant anti-stalking law, victims of stalking have no avenue to turn to gain protection,”

Borneo Post 2019

Domestic Violence


SWWS: Be aware and report cases of domestic violence

Sarawak Women for Women Society (SWWS) has urged the public to be vigilant of domestic violence in their neighbourhood during movement control (MCO) and immediately report such incidents.

Daily Dayak 2020

Sanitary Protection

Old Marians, SWWS donate sanitary pads to needy

Old Marian Association #JagaSamaDirik project has expanded to include sanitary pads supply for needy girls and women during the Movement Control Order (MCO).

Borneo Post 2020



SWWS: Case of detained Malaysians in Cambodia a wake-up call of sorts

The detention of 47 Malaysians, including 44 Sarawakians in Cambodia since last year seems to be a case of exploitation and trafficking that raises many questions.

Dayak Daily 2020

Domestic Violence


SWWS calls for law on prostitution amended

Section 372B makes importuning or soliciting for the purpose of prostitution a crime. Nowhere in this, or other sections of the penal code is the man buying the service criminalized. This can and should be changed.

Borneo Post Online 2020